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good morning, america. new this morning, donald trump's multifront battle at an overnight rally, trump taking on the growing list of republicans who refuse to support him. >> i don't want their endorsement. >> what trump is telling george this morning as he tries to unite the republican party while facing fresh attacks from hillary clinton and her allies. a new twitter war this morning. deadly shooting spree, a gunman on a rampage, a school, a mall and a shopping center all targeted. three people dead. another three wounded. the suspect a federal police officer hiding in plain sight. how was he finally taken down? only on "gma," the zika scare. for the first time a pregnant american woman is coming forward and speaking on camera after testing positive for the zika virus.
>> it's really heartbreaking, you know, knowing that got zika. >> opening up about the frightening diagnosis. how she knew something was very wrong. and airport headaches. the endless wait for travelers slogging through airport security. >> i don't understand. >> only getting worse during the busy summer season. the best strategies to get you to the gate on time. hey, good morning and we start here with the presumptive republican nominee donald trump fighting a multifront war right now. he held a rally overnight fighting with hillary clinton and members of his own party who are refusing to line up behind him. >> now recall, if you will, trump promised to be more presidential but he was in classic form at
this rally attacking his fellow republicans are talking about bill clinton's infidelity and went one step further engaging in a bitter twitter war with the u.s. senator and we start our coverage with abc's mary bruce who is on the campaign trail in seattle. good morning, mary. >> reporter: donald trump is out campaigning and taking a victory lap. he won enough support from republican voters to become the presumptive nominee but he still can't win the support of many leaders within his own party and this morning sparing no one in his latest attacks. donald trump letting loose, going against elizabeth warren. >> i just learned that crooked hillary along with her friend. you know, she's got this goofy friend named elizabeth warren. she's on this twitter rant. she is a goofus. she is a goofus. >> reporter: after this warren accused trump of being a racist and this after responded calling trump's counterpunch lame. and trumping hitting back hard
attacking her for once claiming she was native american. >> her whole career is a fraud because she goes out and she says she's a native indian. i won't say the word indian. because they say it's not a nice word to use. >> reporter: and while trump was on the attack the growing number of republicans against him is getting longer. >> i don't want their endorsement. it's okay. i'm going to release hem. >> reporter: hitting back at paul ryan saying the two spoke on the phone not long ago and it was a nice conversation. >> then all of a sudden he wants to be cute but, you know, we'll see. >> reporter: jeb bush breaking his pledge to support the party's nominee no matter what taking to facebook overnight saying "trump has not displayed a respect for the constitution and he is not a consistent conservative. these are all reasons why i cannot support his candidacy." but the donald shrugging off his one-time prime target. >> i won't talk about jeb bush. i will not say -- i will not say he's low energy. i will not say it. >> reporter: as republicans war within, democrats are setting their sights on trump. >> even if i weren't running for president, i would be doing everything i could to make sure that the presumptive nominee of
the republican party never gets near the white house. >> reporter: even the president is piling on. >> it's not a reality show. this is a contest for the presidency of the united states. >> reporter: now all of these divisions within the gop will come to a head next week when donald trump meets with speaker ryan and other republican leaders back on capitol hill, but don't hold your breath for any quick fixes here, dan. >> thank you, mary. meanwhile, trump sat down with abc news chief anchor george stephanopoulos to talk about the divisions within the republican party. here's a look. >> got to talk about paul ryan, okay. so he says you have to earn his support. >> i really think i earned the support from the people. you know, we've gotten more votes than anybody in this position that's ever run for the office, and if you look at the republican primary votes, millions and millions of people came in that nobody expected and they voted for me. >> so what are you going to tell
him in that meeting? >> i will say, look, this is what the people want. >> jeb bush said he won't vote for you. >> i understand jeb bush. i was rough with jeb bush and i think if i was jeb bush i wouldn't vote for him either if you want to know the truth, george. okay, so let's get more from ashs political analyst matt dowd. hey, matt, good morning. so we've got jeb bush, paul ryan and lindsey graham and others shying away from donald trump. and do you think it will grow and do you think it will matter? >> it reminds me of the new marvel movie" civil war." i think it's going to grow. i think it's going to get longer. i think it's a development because of how donald trump conducted this campaign and what happened during the course of this but it just shows you how little it meant when everybody took that pledge a year ago. >> we're only one question in and you've already used one metaphor. let's see what comes next. so, here we go. what can trump do to bring his party together? you know, he's got this meeting coming up with paul ryan. trump wrote "the art of the deal."
can he cut some sort of deal to bring everybody into the fold? >> well, i think he's going to try his best in these sit-down meetings but i actually think what would be best for donald trump to do is concentrate on closing the gap with hillary clinton in the general election. they say there's nothing as contagious as laughter. well, in second place, there's nothing as contagious as winning, and if he can show that he is close to hillary clinton, my guess is a lot of those folks that were reluctant to back him will start backing him because they don't want to be on the opposite side of somebody that possibly could win this election. so go after hillary clinton and close the gap with hillary clinton among independents. >> well, meanwhile, speaking of hillary clinton, "the new york times" is running a story that this morning she is planning to reach out to disaffected republicans. is that likely to be a winning strategy or as you seem to suggest aren't republicans likely to just come into the fold as we get down to the wire in november anyway? >> i actually think it's a mistake on her part to do that, one, she's in the midst of a primary where her biggest
problem right now is the progressive wing of the party that bernie sanders represents. he is still in the race and city fighting for it and will still fight for it through the california primary in june. if i were her, yes, i would take on donald trump but not play this cute game that think she's going to accrue republicans on her behalf while she is in a big battle ideologically with a progressive. >> matt dowd, always appreciate your analysis. thank you. and a reminder, don't miss the full interview between george stephanopoulos and donald trump which will air tomorrow morning on "this week" right here on abc. paula, over to you. >> thank you, dan. we want to move now to that murderous rampage in maryland and the shock over who allegedly is responsible. it started outside a high school before moving to a shopping mall and then a grocery store. three people died before the suspect was taken down, and authorities are stunned that the alleged suspect is a federal law officer, and our chief justice correspondent pierre thomas joins us with more. pierre, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, paula. for roughly a day authorities here in washington faced one of their worst nightmares, the
prospect of one of their own, a police officer was engaged in a killing spree. watch the final tense moments as authorities arrest a federal police officer accused of going on that deadly rampage that left 3 people dead in 24 hours. >> there's been a shooting at the mall. we're trying to set up a perimeter. looking out for a gray silver car. >> reporter: 11:15 a.m., shots are fired in the parking lot at the montgomery mall in maryland. a woman hit by gunfire with two men trying to help her shot, as well. all rushed to the hospital where one of the good samaritans later dies. >> silver car. the subject is going to be armed and has possible police experience. >> reporter: 35 minutes later another fatal shooting. a woman killed at this giant supermarket just ten miles away from the montgomery mall. >> a woman was sitting in her car and had been shot. she is deceased. >> reporter: almost three hours later authorities arrest the suspect identified as eulalio tordil. police believe the federal protective service officer is
responsible for both shootings. authorities say tordil's alleged shooting spree began thursday afternoon. after he is accused of killing his estranged wife at this maryland high school. >> one of the plainclothes officers observed a silver vehicle that matched the description of a homicide that occurred in prince georges county overnight. >> reporter: over night they charged eulalio tordil with first degree murder and assault along with other related charges in connection with the high school shooting. he's yet to be charged for friday a deadly events. homeland security officials tell abc news tordil had been placed on administrative leave. his badge and gun taken after a court order to stay away from his wife was issued last march. >> since he had already shot four people today, we certainly did not want to have any other blood shed. >> reporter: as you can see in the surveillance footage of his arrest police surround his car and he later surrenders without a fight. he was hiding in plain sight just across the street from where he allegedly murdered that woman at the supermarket. the irony, he went to the very location where the washington
sniper attacks began. dan. >> such a bizarre story. pierre, thank you for your coverage. work we're going to turn to a state of emergency, a massive, massive wildfire torching entire neighborhoods sending whole families on the run. this is happening in alberta, canada, where conditions are unusually dry. 400 square miles burning right now and the fire is expected to double in size. abc's neal karlinsky is right there. >> reporter: this morning, ft. mcmurray is exploding into an all-out fire emergency. the massive fire is growing in several directions taking on by 1,200 firefighters, 110 helicopters and nearly 30 air tankers. the threat far from over. overnight, the fire visible from space. the fast-moving wall of flames now chewing through an area bigger than all of new york city. people on the run have captured their fiery escapes
from all angles including this home recording its own demise with a security camera. watch and listen as the roaring flames ride up outside the windows filling the home with smoke and the sounds of 4 shattering glass. time lapse inside the northern alberta town which has lost 1,600 structures shows flaming sweeping through an airplane hanger. brian jones and his team have rescued 27 animals in 4 hours left behind as their owners ran for their lives. >> dog, birds. had a snake that got loose in nye truck. >> reporter: dan and his family among 1,500 cars escorted through the fire zone on a surreal commute after being cut off north of the city where they fled days earlier. so what's it been like driving through there? >> well it's been mostly like an apocalyptic horror. >> reporter: overnight a piece of good news, a mother and son separated in the chaos of their escape are finally reunited. >> it's okay. mummy is here, okay. i'll never go anywhere, okay.
>> reporter: the fire is growing. but fire officials are quickly pointing out it is growing away from civilization into heavily forested areas, and that is a huge help. dan and paula. >> a little bit of relief for that hard-hit community, neal, thank you. >> absolutely. we'll send things over to ron tracking the other headlines. good morning to you. >> good morning to you, paula and dan. good morning, everyone. we begin with new developments in the death of prince. investigators reportedly wanting to interview a california doctor who is an addiction specialist and his son who flew to the sinker's side just before his death. law enforcement officials are said to be seeking more information about their relationship with prince and about a prescription drug to treat opiate addiction that the son brought with him to minnesota. this as court documents reveal the firm in charge of settling the singer's estate is set to have his blood tested for dna just in case somebody comes fort claiming to be an heir of prince. a major milestone in england.
a muslim has been elected mayor of london after a bitter campaign dominated by ethnicity and religion. sadiq khan was declared the winner today. making the former human rights lawyer and son of pakistani immigrants one of the most powerful muslim politicians in the west. khan called his victory a triumph hope over fear and unity over division. and another scary bounce house incident this one at a school fair in houston, texas, that injured two people. parents rushing to pull their children out as winds blow the house across the football field and witnesses say it flew at least 30 yards. none of those injuries though is considered serious. some facebook users are taking the company to court saying it invades their privacy. the issue is the automatic photo tagging feature which is turned on when you join -- once a user is tagged. facial recognition software remembers the face allowing others to identify them in other pictures. that technology has been suspended already in canada and in europe. and a brazen robbery in broad daylight caught on camera. two masked men making their way into a macy's in indianapolis
heading for the jewelry counter using an ax. one of them, i don't guess we have to say allegedly -- smashes the case grabbing whatever they can. >> is there proof? >> looks pretty convincing. >> yes, can you stick with they did it. >> the two made off with more than $100,000 worth of gems allegedly. and the nba playoff action. lebron james goes flying out of bounds there, entered the crowd as his team the cleveland cavaliers of course battling the atlanta hawks in the eastern semifinals. friday night. cleveland won that game, 121-108 taking a 3-0 lead in that series. the playoffs continue with the toronto raptors taking on the miami heat. that's at 5:00 eastern on espn. and later it's the golden state warriors, you probably have heard of them without steph curry going against portland. the trail blazers, 8:30 p.m. here on abc and finally a big debut at chicago's shedd aquarium. you though that, paula. >> i love shedd aware number.
>> just in time for mother's day. a two-week-old pacific whitesided dolphin catch swimming as longside his dolphin for the first time. >> it looks like anime. >> it is anime, guys. >> born april 18th. rachel's birthday. >> thank you. >> said to be doing great. rachel also said to be doing great. >> rachel, your birthday is really tax day. >> i mean depending -- >> tax day this year. normally the 15th. >> yeah, because it was monday. >> she's very patriotic. >> very patriotic. >> ah. >> thank you, ron. >> love that, paula. but we turn to that growing powerball jackpot. an estimated $415 million now your odds of winning tonight's jackpot might be just 1 in 292 million but lauren lyster joins us from new jersey with a few reasons why you might want to take your chances on buying a ticket. good morning, lauren. >> reporter: good morning, paula. that powerball jackpot climbing to one of the largest in history and this is what it takes to set off powerball fever. gone are the days when people got excited about $100 million.
now it really does take this to get people running out to buy their lottery tickets. this morning, powerball fever setting in. >> i got my ticket. i also got some for co-workers and family members so i had an opportunity to call other people and say, i'm here, what do you want? >> reporter: an estimated 50 million people rushing out for tickets since wednesday. driving the jackpot to a whopping $415 million. the seventh biggest jackpot in lottery history. [ cheers and applause ] so when does powerball excitement reach a fever pitch? lottery officials tell abc news it used to be when the jackpot hit $100 million. but the bar is getting higher thanks to ever bigger winnings. during the ramp-up to january's $1.6 billion drawing, the biggest prize ever, national fever didn't kick in until the $250 million mark. and now -- >> now that we're hitting the $450 million mark, now we're starting to get some talk, some chatter. >> reporter: the odds of winning the jackpot are 1 in 292 million so why do so many people choose to play? seeing all those past lucky
winners may play a part helping trick our brains into forgetting all those losing tickets, an effect scientists call the availability bias. the winner in tonight's drawing could walk home with a hefty $270 million if they choose a lump sum payout. major money but still less than what's owed to the remaining mystery winner of january's record-breaking over a billion dollar jackpot. while two of the three winners came forward, the winning ticket purchased from this california convenience store worth $533 million has yet to be cashed in. >> and that california winner does have a full year to come forward, so he or she still has eight months, and for anyone else who thinks they too are 1 in 292 million, there are still hours to play ahead of that drawing tonight at 10:59 eastern. dan and paula. >> i feel like i've won the lottery because i missed rob marciano so much last weekend. and now he's back. >> thanks, lauren, by the way. >> don't roll your eyes. >> come on. this is called pandering.
>> no, it is great. >> rob back from have a vegacatn on rikers island. >> rob, we missed you. >> it is a prison, by the way. >> he allegedly did it. >> lucked out, huh, bro. >> why play the lottery when you can support my kids' school with this raffle.fornia we go we've , look at this, ontario, riverside and san san bernadino counties getting hammered. they saw four inches of rain in an hour, that's a lot. it caused the roof of a warehouse to collapse. in the mountains they issued a flash flood warning through tonight. this is the stuck weather pattern, this area of low pressure spin wheeling around it will move out later on today, by tonight we're looking at snow showers in the mountains and flash flooding across the northern rockies and drying out and windy conditions across wyoming. we have a severe weather threat
when the systems gets into the plains, northeast colorado into western nebraska and kansas. also along the ohio river valley. later on tonight, the kentucky darby happening at 6:00 p.m., the storms should be north of that by then, the darby weather should be okay we hope. tomorrow another chance of severe weather. that's a check in the national outlook, here's what's shaking where you live. >> reporter: good morning, everyone, i'm meteorologist chris sowers with this accuweather update. we hope our weather will be okay this afternoon. we have clouds and drizzle and some of us are picking up showers in montgomery and bucks county and northern chester counties seeing dreary conditions. there's the view looking at the ben franklin bridge. the familiar scene we've seen this all week long. 64 degrees today, scattered showers, peeks of sunshine by afternoon. mother's day looks great, highs around 68.
>> hmm, i think maybe they have inside information from you. >> good luck on everybody betting on the derby today or tonight. >> much more on the derby coming up. >> you know what, i love the bromance going on between you guys but we also miss one of our other dear colleagues, sara, our desk quieter and a little lonier. >> a little quieter? >> a lot quieter. well, for those wondering how sara is doing, she, max and baby alec joined us on "the view" yesterday. take a look. >> you were such a hot dad. >> can i just say that? >> he is. >> look at his pocket squares, a binkie. >> come prepared for everything. >> can i say look at his hair. >> look at the head of hair. >> it was a joke, i said if this baby doesn't come out with hair, i'm not keeping him. the day the doctor saw him, there's a lot of hair and max said, we're keeping him. >> he is so cute. little alec richard, adorable named for his grandparents,
grandfathers, i should say, just adorable. >> and she's enjoying motherhood? >> she is enjoying it. a day out for mommy. when you first have a kid you're holed up with the child. get her hair done, makeup done and a day at the spa. but it was great. she's doing a great job. >> breaking out of intense cabin fever. you start talking like a baby. >> can i just say, though, like max is such a wonderful father. he took a couple weeks off to spend time with the baby and really a hands-on dad. that's why i said he's a hot dad on many levels. sdmrm, many levels. >> many levels but we miss you, sara. >> see you in a few weeks, i and coming up next on "gma," a less happy pregnancy story. for the first time you'll hear from a pregnant american woman coming forward speaking on camera after testing positive for the zika virus. those exhaustingly long security lines at the airport. how they could get even worse. useful tips to keep you from missing your flight. and take a seat. how oprah fans can own a piece of talk show history.
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and welcome back to "gma" on a saturday morning. the presumed gop nominee donald trump fighting a multifront war for the presidency this morning firing hard at both members of his own party and his presumed rival, hillary clinton, who may go after some republican support for her campaign according to an article this morning. >> and a tractor trailer veers off the highway, goes barreling through a motel room killing the guests inside in el paso. the driver was rushed to the hospital. he is expected to be fine, however. and zika fears force major league baseball to move two games out of puerto rico. players are afraid of contracting and then a young american woman who
learned first that she's pregnant and then weeks later she learned she has the zika virus. >> and now this mom-to-be is speaking out only on "gma" on how she felt when she first fell ill and what that diagnosis could mean for her future. abc news chief women's health correspondent dr. jen ashton joins us with more on this story. good morning, jen. >> good morning, you guys. now, with the summer mosquito season approaching rapidly, concerns about the zika virus and its risks to pregnant women are definitely on the rise. and this morning, one pregnant american with zika is sharing her story. this morning for the first time, a pregnant american woman is coming forward speaking on camera after testing positive for the zika virus. >> it's really heartbreaking, you know, knowing that i got zika. >> reporter: sara mujica believes she was infected in february while visiting her fiance in honduras. she started showing symptoms of the virus just days after learning she was pregnant. >> i had a fever, and the rashes were just growing throughout my body. >> reporter: fever and rashes are two of zika's most common signs and symptoms.
the 17-year-old traveled back to connecticut and rushed to get tested, but with results weeks away, she went back to honduras to be with her fiance. >> my mom had called me crying hysterically and she was like, your blood work got back, you were positive for zika. >> reporter: in a statement to abc news, the connecticut department of health saying, "we have been preparing for months both to address positive cases and put measures in place to help prevent mosquito-related transmission." >> there thus far have been no local transmitted cases in the continental united states. >> reporter: mujica is now 1 of 44 pregnant women in the u.s. that have tested positive for zika after traveling outside the country. scientists continuing to study the link between the virus, severe birth defects and other pregnancy complications. >> you don't know if you have it, if you're going to have a baby that is going to have zika.
>> clearly an evolving medical story with still more questions than answers at this point. >> and, jen, we should be quick to point out how it has affected the baby right now. when will we have clarity on how it will affect the baby and how they're going to monitor both mom and baby? >> well, once we make the diagnosis, we do what's called serial sonograms. we're checking for the growth of the baby, the amniotic fluid, placental function. >> speaking as an ob/gyn, what would your advice to be to pregnant women now? >> cover up when you go outside. use mosquito repellant and just talk to your obstetrician. >> maybe try not to go to the affected areas. >> if it's within your power not to go temporarily, that's what i would recommend. >> and we should point out, none of these pregnant women that contracted it, they didn't contract it in the u.s. they contracted it elsewhere, correct? >> correct, as of right now, yes. >> good distinction. let's check in with rob >> let's do it. >> can you bring us nicer weather? it's been such a gray week.
gray or great. >> reporter: depending on if you're a rainy fan, it was a great week. this tree has been unstable for the past a couple of weeks. it took a gust of wind and rain to bring it down, nobody hurt, but it took out cars. with the coastal low that brought heavy rain from new york to washington, d.c. and baltimore. the onshore flow will see water push up across the beaches, but we may see clearing on the east coast, maybe 4:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m., brightening of the skies. i don't think we've seen that ball of fire in the sky since sunday, last week. we'll look forward to that. we'll look forward to the pattern change that will bring the threat of warmer -- severe weather, but it will bring warmer weather to boston and new york and washington, d.c. flash flooding across parts of
wyoming and kansas and dallas i think through monday we could see two to three inches of rainfall so the potential for flooding there exists. that's a check on the national outlook, that's what's shaking where you live. >> reporter: good morning, iemple meteorologist chris sowers, with this accuweather update. we'll have showers up in the lehigh valley, we'll have clouds giving way to speaks of sun later this afternoon. earch. tomorrow in florida. it's a global race that starts right at 7:00 a.m. i'll be running and doing weather at the same time. >> you won't pass out. >> we'll be cheering you on. >> if you do pass out, i promise i at least and i don't think ron or rachel will take joy in your suffering but dan might. >> i might giggle but the ratings will go through the roof. >> wingsforlife.com. there's still time to sign up in florida and california. >> good luck, rob. >> pitching raffles and
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people know what to expect if you're traveling over thanksgiving. we're seeing those kind of peak travel times. >> reporter: already over spring break, some security lines three hours long. this video recorded in seattle showing passengers waiting for precheck, the line before the line. airports and airlines complaining to the tsa with thousands of passengers stuck in line missing flights. >> i don't understand. >> reporter: the head of the tsa explaining it's because more people are flying and citing increased time-consuming procedures put in place after security gaps were exposed. >> we had to get better at what we did so we've done that. >> reporter: the tsa trying to keep up churning out 200 new officers every week and now urging congress to fund overtime for agents to keep the lines moving. airline travel experts offering these tips to help avoid missing your flight. fly on tuesdays and wednesdays. the least busy travel days. sign up for passes that will get you ahead of the line. opt for tsa precheck or global entry.
but more than anything, arrive early, really early. >> i think the long lines will get even longer because more people will be flying this summer. it's not even peak travel season, and the lines are absolutely humongous. >> reporter: yeah, he says forget those old rules about how early to get to the airport. you should now arrive at least two hours before a domestic flight, three to four hours before flying internationally and even that may not be enough time. dan and paula. >> so show up to the airport like a week before and check into a hotel. this is ridiculous. all right, marci, thank you. >> thanks, marci. here's what's coming up on "gma," something brand-new from justin timberlake. why it's already being called the song of the summer. you can listen to it while you're waiting in line for security. and the secret to making the best mint juleps for your kentucky derby party. you can have one of those as well while you're waiting to get through security. >> drink it through a funnel. we'll be right back. through a funnel. right back. strength is something earned
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♪ welcome back, everyone. it is derby day. the kentucky derby just hours away, still time to make your derby party extra special, and joining us is celebrity party planner, cathy riva with some last-minute tips. if anyone didn't know it was derby day, i think they will know now with our derby hats. you're promising the best mint julep ever. how do we make it? >> they're really simple. just three ingredients, it is sugar, mint and an original kentucky bourbon. but here's the secret. >> okay, i'm listening. >> crushed ice. >> ah. >> it may not make logical sense but the most of the drink is ice and what it does is it kind of macerates and opens up the mint and makes it refreshing. we have a nonalcoholic version with lemon.
so you can try that later if you want. >> i can try it later? >> if you want. >> this is the nonalcoholic version great for family. we're wearing hats. you don't need to go to the derby to partake. what is the best way to accessorize? >> the derby is not just the greatest two minutes in sports but it's all about the fashion. >> clearly. >> hats are -- my favorite thing is like they are a conversation sparker. so pick your hat first, like dress second, hat first. >> usually the opposite. >> yes, but that's my advice. >> the hat is the foundational piece. and i have to ask you what about dressing up your table? >> so -- >> my word, rachel. wearing a hat too. how do we dress up the table? >> kentucky derby, the roses, red roses, so use the trophy cup, mint julep cup and keep it simple. whatever you have at home, get the roses now and will be great for mother's day tomorrow. >> i love that. it's a great way to be resourceful for mommy's day thinking ahead. i like that. >> yes. >> just recycle it all for tomorrow. >> cathy, thanks so much for joining us. and happy mothers day to you.
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♪ "good morning america" is brought to you by ashley furniture homestore. this is home. it's "pop news," the lovely rachel smith here. what's going on? >> thank you. all right. well, we begin with big news for oprah fans this morning. of course, we all remember this tv moment like it was just yesterday. >> you get a car. you get a car. you get a car. you get a car. [ cheers and applause ] everybody gets a car. >> i mean, that's just epic. always will be. but how many times have you thought to yourself wouldn't it have been great to be sitting in those chairs? well, now you can. but sadly there's no free car involved, but you can own a piece of tv history. oprah's auctioning off a selected number of her audience chairs with proceeds going
towards her leadership academy foundation, which i can attest is a great thing because i've actually been to the academy. yeah, each seat comes with a commemorative plaque. you can place your bids on the screen bid website through thursday, may 12th. >> we should go back and check with those people how those cars are running now. i want to know. >> aren't they 15 years old, 13 years old? >> exactly. >> you can also buy that but also raffle tickets for your daughter, right? we're hawking everything today. >> absolutely. >> what's next. >> all right, guys, it might not feel warm outside just yet but no need to cry me a river. because things are definitely heating up in the music world with justin timberlake's new song "keep stop the feeling" already being glared the song of the summer. it's actually currently sitting at the top of the itunes charts and loads of people on social media are calling it the new "happy" because the catchy chorus isn't the only similarity it shares with pharrell's hit song.
just like "happy" was in "despicable me" "can't stop me" it's supposed to appear in "trolls" which stars anna kendrick, gwen stefani and of course, j.k. and and you can see them and other members from "trolls" in j.t.'s video which is really cool. >> is there a new move we have to learn with this new jong >> i mean, i don't know. >> just take note of j.t.'s moves. he's just like effortless cool. >> what's that, ron? >> i can't do it without the derby. that's what j.t. was doing. >> if you need the hat for inspiration there's one over here. >> stop. >> if you've woken up to a crying teenager, let me explain the probable reason. one direction star harry styles has chopped off his long locks, guys. yeah. >> oh, no. >> dan's fretting. >> that's the pony right there. >> ron is like, "a,"
who is that person and "b" why do we care? >> he displayed it on instagram writing, whoops and a little thumbs up there. fans are devastated. >> do we have a picture of him without it? >> not yet. >> this is not -- this is an old photo. red carpet footage. it's all for a good cause because he's donating his hair to the little princess trust charity that provides wigs for kids with cancer. finally, guys, j. lo's song "ain't your momma" is all about girl power. why not sample a line or two by the woman who may become the first female president. >> human rights are women's rights, and women's rights are human rights, one and for all. >> so that is a clip from hillary clinton's united nations speech on women's rights back in 1985 so the video features lopez playing women from each era fighting for independence and the song was actually written by singer meghan trainor. it's got just like a good beat to it and i like the concept. >> a lot forget that meghan trainor who i interviewed
once isn't just a pop star in her own right but a seasoned musician and songwriter. >> contributed to a couple of other songs on the album as well. >> thank you, rachel. great news. >> i ain't your momma. just want to let you know. >> on mother's day paula will be here not with a hat so tune in. i'm gray hall coming up next on "action news" saturday morning apt 9:00 a.m. breaking news out of montgomery county. three people are dead including a child after a house fire. we're live with the latest. plus remembering willie williams, family and friends are paying their respects to former philadelphia police commissioner. those stories and the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast on saturday morning.
police are searching for the person who threw a brick over an overpass injuring a truck driver. those stories and more in a moment, but first the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast with meteorologist chris sowers. chris it's been miserable. do you have good news for us? >> reporter: a little bit. there we go. >> reporter: tomorrow looks very, very nice. hang in there, it's been a miserable week. we've had rain and clouds and fog and chilly temperatures. things are improving slowly, but surely. there's the view overlooking the ben franklin bridge, more clouds and showers and dreary conditions. double scan live we'll flip it over to the radar, most of the precipitation is confined to the areas in southeastern pennsylvania, delaware, chester county reporting light rain and drizzle. same thing with philadelphia and montgomery counties. very, very light stuff. we had downpours this morning, now the low is spinning itself out. as it does so, the precipitation will lessen and